Friday, October 23, 2009

Learn More About The Abigail Adams Project !

Politics is not what we do normally on this blog. But this is important. We thought that it is worth putting on the blog.

If you are looking for a site that gives you information on all the issues and people that are running for office Local, State, or National. this site has the information.
* Go to Abigail Adams Project to learn more and get informed.

( Abigail Adams, wife of John Adams)
* If you like forum then check these out.
* If you want to learn things about history, patriots reading list, featured books, freedom documents and even videos- go to resources .
*If you want to learn about the issues, go to HFA issues . To learn about education, economy, taxes, media, social security, moral issues, support the troops, Government, war on terror, international affairs, freedom of religion, citizenship, great American Hoaxes, health care. This is the place to learn more about these things.
* To become a member of the Abigail Adams Project , then this is the place.
* To become a member of HFA ,then this is the place.
* Learn about the candidates for voting , this is the place to go. If you want to know whats up with congress, then this is better than CNN.

As you can see it has a lot to learn from on this site. This is what they are all about. Right from the site. If you want to know this is the place to go to.

Homemakers for America is currently working on the Abigail Adams project which is a research and development project that will compile a data base of information on who your elected leaders are and where they stand on the issues. In election cycles this database will include information on the Candidates running in your state and local area, where they stand on the issues and where they will be speaking.

It is our on-going mission at HFA to keep you informed and up to date on issues, candidates and your elected leaders. With that in mind, we have come upon some great sites to help you along the way. This section of the site will continue to develop so eventually you will be able to clink on your state or local community to access this information. Until that time, we feel the following sites will be of great value to you and help you be an informed voter in the United States of America.

Dan and Deanna "Marketing Unscrambled"

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